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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 September 1829

Deaths.--At his house in Barnsbury Terrace, Isling- ton, on the 21st March last, a few days after his landing from the vessel which conveyed him from this Colony, James   King, Esq. aged 61 years. The deceased intended to return to this Colony, in which his eldest son is now residing, at Betsey   Island.—On Saturday last, Mr. William Kirbey, aged 41, for-   merly an active and intelligent Police Officer.—On Wednesday, Mr. George Hopwood, landlord of the Green-gate, Collins-   street, aged 52, an Old Norfolk Island Settler, leaving a nume- rous family to lament his loss.

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandise and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

Vessels expected from England. With Merchandise and Passengers. I Richard & John. 109, Watson. Adams,-, Francklin. Isabella,-, Bucket. Tersa Mary, -, Hartley. Percy, 250, Middleton. Hunlei,-. Lady of the Lakr, -, Smith. Enterprise,-. Watson. Deveron, SOO, (Ï. Nichol, Sauov Jack, 169. fient. P.eter Pmrtor, 509, Terry. Admii al Cockburn, 350,Henley Calista, S-20, Hawkins. Mia y Ann, 480, Matthews. John Pedder,.-. Harvey, 280,-. J Sydney, Pucket, 145,-: \ William Cleveland, 187,-. Í Warwick, -,-. Î Eliza,-, Leary. J Ann, Hathaway. 280 lons. ? Nuncy, 400, Wooley. t Boddington. 400, White. 7 Wanstead, 360, Lang. J Earnest, 290, Walmesley. s Lotus, 500, Suinniersoli. Ï Protector, 380, Thomas. J MarquisAnslesea,400,Steward. Í Atwick, 600, Jeffrey. «Caroline, 400, Fewson. ITranmeie, lib«, Smith, jun. J Cape Packet,-, Dixpn. , With Prisoners. > Sophia,-, Ellery, male. t America, 301. ' Victoria, 395, Smith, ditto. J Lady <>f the Lake, 243, female Soveielsi. 398. * No...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

To Correspondents. A press of excellent matter the present week, obliging us to j ' .postpone to.another the interesting extracts from the Loo Otoo j t Paper's,with which vie have' been favoured by our interpreter; I also, several Communications'from our tor respondents. I ? _? . ?' ' -* P&K .-. . T . ? ?_ I 1 ---?-----mmmwanam « m ..i >.»* ,

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Colonial Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

Colonial B.eeralations« J His Honor the Cluef Justice li ts beeir'p.leHsed to appoint Tames Gordon, Esqmie, Coiumi&sionei of the Supicuic Com t of ^ an Diemen s Lind, for tikmg Afbdai ils and litcog nizances of Bail, at Laun-c 'on, min ita nei^h1 nu hood, in the room of PriKP Al chfu Muigi,\vl, Euralie, Wt Lum, cestón to letne nt Hobart 1 own, * The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following Ofliciii anan^ouieul'; till the pleisuicol thu Right Honourable the Sccietary ot Stite he known - W H H\M11T0\, E»q 'to bo Col lee lor of the Intern ii Reveuiie, and A Member of the Laud Board, vice Euu ai d DlTMAItrSQ, Esq ! Edward Dumvrpso, Esq tobe Police Mogistiate and Comnei at New lio-folk, wecW II H»NiinoN, Esq Fourth Teim of the Supreme Conit, tor the yeur 1629, will commence on Monday the 7th December, and end on Monday the 4th Januar), A Genot d Meeting of the Magistrates is lo bo held on the 18th instant, for the purpose of grinlmg licences to Inn keep- e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

¡For London Direct. Positively the next Vessel, after the Alice. Ä THE ship PRINCE REGENT, Tj|g||io Lieutenant Charles Mallar», It. N., Com- mander, having left this Poft foi Syduey, on the 10th inst.\ ,nd having a \ery small piopoition of her Caigo to dischaige there, has contracted to return to Hobart Town, by the 1st of October, to take in 250 Imperial Tons ol' Oil, and 100' Bales of "Wool together, with about 40 Tons of other Fieight. As these goods nil! be all leady for Shipment immediately on the arrival of the Ship, her stay in this port, will not exceed 25 rins. The PlUNCn Rcgknt is fitted up in superior style for PiiSBTigcri, and carries an expciicncedSuigeon. For Fieight cr Passage, apply to KEMP and Co., Agent3. N.B.-Wool, and other goods, intended foi the Prince Rcgcm, warehousediiee ol' Expence. August 21, 182'J._ For London Direct. ~áált? THK fine R^er-b»'1* ShiP LADY ^^äSa HAREWOOD, Richard Limon, Commander. This Ship having the greater pait of hoi Cargo engaged, will...

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

To Subscribers. The Colonial Times of the 16th ofJune lust completed vic uatj-< year, ending June 30. ' lure-commencing our Journal with thei pewyiar, we notified to our ¡Subscribers, that we vere neccvv tdited to cull upon them, for Quarterly Payment*, in future, to enahlr wt la carryon our Establishment, which nquires aweekly outlay nf.mouey. We dolherefore trust, that such of our Sub scribers as have not complied with our request, will fat our us with payment at least at the cloie of the Half-year, which is as extended a créditas the nature of our business will allow us to give. We take this opportunity of reminding our Country and other distant Subscribers who are in arrear, and who have not embra- ced the op)ioitunity of discharging their accounts, by sending us Colonial Produce m payment, that unlesi they do so within one month, tee shall he unavoidably obliged to discontinue their Pa- pers. Several of our Launceston Subscribers have expressed a wish to discharge th...

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The Evening Star, [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

I The Evening Star, Hfíw sweellj slunes the sunimei sun, When heaven Iron» clouds is fu c, « And brightly gleams the moonlight on Field, rock, and ure« tree, But to the pensive lie ii t oí love, Ob sweeiei Illari these by lal, ' It is with devions sp-|i to rove l Beneath the r\ eiipig stai t lo otbeis pve llie festive ball, i Wheie wine cups shine m li0htj The miiMc of tilt ciowdel ball, With beautj's Itistte bright But give to me ttye lonely dell, . T Oil sweeter thai) these by fiir, , Where pine trees wave, and waters swell l Beneath tile evening star 1 *J The days are past that I haye seen, And ne'er again sli ill set, When Ñafie willi a brig liter green, O'ersorend the held ind tree, 1 hough jov les« not tile piesettt daj , \ el sweeter thin it by fir, Tis on the past to muse, and stray Bene uti tilt vening st ii I Tor all the futui e cannot gi\ e i What S| ai tless time hath left, ami ia ' since thou ceased to live, 4. racant woild is left I tuin me ti my dijs of lo\e, J The sw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

English ä..*tii't; äSiood Horses« THE Services of the under-name'd HORSES $ may be obtained during the Season, at the Van Dm/'*) men's Land Establishment, Lake Rivei, if not removed el«. where, of which a fortnight's notice will be given in i||e Papers. WATERLOO.-Eight Guineas. BOL11AR.-SixGnineas. TAS MAN .-(Engaged.) AMSTERDAM and ROTTERDAM-(of the Flemish Cart Breed)-Five Guineas. But with c«c/i Ufare must be sent a Bill of the followjn» form:-Accepted, (by the owner, upon whom I am-ihe Diawer), and made payable at one of the Banls ' £ Sterling j V-D: L^Establishment, b\ Lake Riler, Aug. 1,1820. Accepted i" Nina Months after date, pav to mr Pay able at < order the Sum of Pounds the Bauk( Shillings, value reasietl To í of . I A discount of 5 percent., will be allowed for Ready Moner, and, peisons, desirous of paying in Pioduce, may do so, h] delivering sufficient of the same to, and to the satisfaction cf, the Company's Airent in Hobart Town or Launceston, m (hm to take...

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The Government Brig Cyprus. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

The Government Brig Cyprus. No accounts have been íecehed at Head-quaitersduring the past week respecting this vessel, which wa» pira tically taken away by the eighteen convicts on their way of transportation to the penal Settlement at Macquarie Harboqi, as fully íepoited in oui last. It is generally supposed, that she must be now well on her way for tho coast of South America, imless indeed some of th,c pirates should have quarrelled among themselves, 'owing to the great quantity of spirits milich was on board, and that consequently some disaster or other has befallen them from intoxication. ' , They have difficulties of a. most fqimidable nature to en- counter. The South American coast now swarms with not only Buttah, but French vcssels-of-war, cruising in all di- rections against pirates and slum s.hip¡>. Besides, the pi- rates have not even a elwari or niiipt shipf'(rcgis|ei ormaui [¡fest on board the-Cypnis, nor-hnve tt»y-any< person-o» bom d* [¡out of the whole n...

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THE HERMIT IN [?]an Diemen's Land. [No. 15.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

THE HERMIT       IN     Van Diemen's Land. [No. 15. There is not in the world a greater error than that which       fools are so apt to fall into, and knaves with good reason to encourage, the mistaking a satirist for a libeller ; whereas to   a true satirist nothing is so odious as a 'libeller; for the same reason as to a man truly virtuous, nothing is so hateful as a     hypocrite."-POPE.       There is not perhaps a greater pleasure- than an epistola-   tory communication between distant friends, and next per- haps to that, in intellectual enjoyment, is the dissemination of useful and entertaining information by means of the noble   art of printing. Both these gratifications have lately fallen to my lot, and out of them, as we frequently find through life, have sprung inciden...

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COLONIA TIMES HOBART TOWNS: SEPTEMBER 11, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

HOBART TOWNS. SEPTEMBER 11, 18291 i; Lei it lie ímpie^ed upon your minds, let ¡t beinsoliert Jitto vour childi en, llmt the Liberty ot ih« Press is the Palladium o I all your Civil, Political, anil Religion« Rights. ' Jttnius. - » If any thing were required to bring the inhabi- tants of these distant Colonies to a true sense of the estimation ia which they are held hy their Rulers, both here and at home, the present state of our Civil and Criminal Law affords a striking example. With respect to the Home Govern- ment, so far back as July 1829, an Act of Parlia- ment was passed, containing among many other enactments, one, which had for its object to intro- duce the whole of the English Laws into our Co- lonial Code, qualified by the proviso, that auy doubts as to which may or may not he fitted to the state of the Colony, are to be decided by the Le- gislative Council, which, by the same Act of Par- liament, is ordered to consist of not less than ten, or more than fifteen Members. But...

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Swan River. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

Swan River.     Extracts from the Quarterly Review, No. 78, for April 1829, upon the ' New Colony on Swan River.'   "The strong Westerly winds that prevail throughout the year in the Southern ocean to the Southward of the tropic, ap- pear to assume a Northern direction near this part of the coast of Australia. These winds were here found to be cool and pleasant, and were generally accompanied by clear and serene weather. The summer winds from the N.W. are not unfreqnent ; and, coming charged with nioisture from a warm region into a colder one, they are invariably-accompanied by rain; but, in the immediate vicinity of the shore, land and sea   breezes are constant and regular. The climate appears to be dclightful. While the Success was on the coast-that is, in the autumn, the average height of the thermometer was 72 ° the extiemes being 84 ° and 59 ° , the first occurring before the sea-breeze set in, the latter at midnight. The Fre...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 September 1829

NEWS' SHIP Skpt. 4.-Arrived the brig Elisabeth, 300 tons. Captain B. T. M'Dnmiell, from London tbeSOlh «if April, willi a general assortment of goods, chiefly consisting of-21 hhtls. brown stout, SO hhds. porter, 22« firkins butler, 17 hhds. wine, and l bHle horse hair, Kemp and Co. ; M hhds. brown stout, W. M. Orr ; 2 casks rum, John Bisdee i 4 canes millinery and slops, l8 bales ditto, 2 cases bottled win«1, l8 packages floor cloth, peil'nmery, toys stationery, books, slops, glass, metal ware, and silver plate, diaries Seal; SO hhds. norter, John Lord ; 100 Arkins butter, 90 casks cheese; 45 casks bacon, .and 5 barrels tongues, William Banster; 7 casks clover seed, Henry   Nichols, 3 bales slops, 1*.packages stufls, cottons, linen, hosie- ry,, and haberdashery, Richard Lewis; 14 packages ironmongery , red ochre, venetian red, Dutch pink, pearl ash, blue, saltpetre, pepper, pitch, Bath bricks, slops, household furniture and cottons, Henry Hopkins; 10 bales military clo...

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Derwent Fisherv. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 September 1829

Derwent ïUshérv- ." ' We noticed in a,late number the gient sm.ee«"' of our Native Youth, MesJis. Walford and X<iung. and Mes-irs. Kelly and Lucas, on the whale tisheiy -We this week lia ve ihe pleasuie ' to see them landing their oij and «vlialebiuie on um «vlmri, the ., grealet liai tot whicth,,we undeistand, has been v)ureh.i«ed by Messts. Kemp and Co., Metchauts, to ship tor the London Mat- Q kel. lins is One ot those.branches ut ti,ide, ««Inch we «« IMI to see encouraged, because it. bungs cnmlal into tile Colony-¡c gives profitable employ nient lo Hie people, and lays the foun- dation, and form-, a nui-.eiy lol a finnie couiiuen ml n.u'y, and seamen lo iiavigate.it, í'lus blanch ot oin liulusU«, m-Nt to oin a0nculliiral inlete<.ts, nient-, the peeultui cine and' losletnig- - pioteutinii ot oui Leuislativt Council, l»j (jieuerem«: tliem de- ring llielr infant Sliugalej, trom the casùlilue« ann ililliCiilliel to which all coinnieieial in.iuvtiy is liable, u...

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Extracts. FROM OUR LATEST FILE OF LOO CHOO PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 September 1829

', xbttr&cts I . I-'UOM, pul», 1.ATEST. .FlLli OF LOO CllOO Pl(s?ER-S. " Vftei a suspense ot some duration, the Inspector Geie iilslup of Police Ins been it leu¿th idled up by the iiuuiuo. rion of tho hist named peisotiagc tu the l|st of supposed pro- babilities. Upon his leavi14 Lqn Hoo, one of those bjr lesques called in(addre.js was got up byjSome- of the mhajjit ants, as a testimony of their high respect aud esteem. It re- minds us of i circumstance ivluoh happened a fqw years ago, «\ hen a man who bid pissed thronjh a lon¿ lite^vithont its being dtsco«eied that he was blessed wah a single good qua- lity, and ««ho at last died fiom snilocalion alter a drunken lit, had no soonor giv en up the ghost, than many excellent qualities «veie btought to light-hence a saying arose, he who would be hnded must die , but he w)io «>ou|d be csoo nized must be bm¿ed We upprthend, lioweveij ihit the neiv Inspector hassitisc enough to attiibuie to its tiue source the fulsome adulation ...

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Aphorisms from various Authors. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 September 1829

Aphorisms from various Authors» siipeislllinii is lo tcllglon wnutusliologi is lu autonomy-,\ltc vrrv toulish child ol.ivn« wise inoiliei. j . Most uten couit ailmiraiion ruiiiei than esteem, as m.my would rather be thought knaves than tool«, *-< - A virtuous teveiejice of ourselves is ihe foundation, of re soect horn otheis. _,< , tulse impoitanee in behaiiour is like the false sublime tit, oraiorj . » It t« difficult ui say whether* man'« vuuie ,s mot: exposes in a life ot ntlciiis«.und pleasure, m a liten bi)stneï»aj,dl.L.tir Our oivn opinnm ihiit \«e should «mum is that »y, eli ottc.ii I gives us success in Hie most difhcoll tiuderlakinù. ' I Fin lime discovers otu viUiiidauoices, as li^litdiiecoty c". I Vutue vtould tiequently not jo far ij Vanity %tUivlitee I hei company. 1 tn the commerce of life we oftcner jtaatr bj oir fault» thai. b> our good qaalitlcl. r t f i

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The Original Settlers. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 September 1829

¡ , The Original Settlers. i w CFÄOM A CORRESPONDENT.-] I x*b perron can deny, that these Colonies were first colo nized for the purpose of leceiving prisoners, and that upon their becoming tree, it was of course intended by the British Government, that such treed men should look npon the Colo- nies as their adopted land, (for Government did not provide a passage home to those who became lice,) in the same manner as America was considered by those who were exiled there. Assuming this to be the case, 1 ask is it just that the emigrants, who subsequently caine out, and find the Colonies made habi- table and prepared for their reception by, the labour oi prtso ners, should all at once become the loids of the soil, and look down with a supercilious eye, upon those to Whom tl.e> are indebted in a great measure lor the rank, the consequence, and tile foi tunes they posse» 1 I ask if these emigrants had never come to this Colony) would not land haye been granted away liberally to fieed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 September 1829

¥? Mrs-Xèrl^y, '.- "...?.' \ -? y:; ;iD'0>y''¿f,vilie,-JaU-'.'iWii.Li-AMí.-KERBEY,.:bf Collins-street,:respectfully returns";'? her '.Thanks for the patronage bestowed upon her late IÍÚ5l>aiíd, íiiid soKeils the future favours of her Friends' arid the PubHc; in ; the^ same;' liuc of Busi- ness,.: ¿yhiiib sheintends '.continuing at the same J>Jacej for the ben»Tit of herself arid Family. Boarding House. ,B.,andrVIrsVl)pNÁHoo resprclfully acquaint '."their friends and the Public, that they hare taken that tooram odious, spacious, .and .highly re ^'pèctqU'lèjBoaf.id.inj;°Ho.use in Liverpool-street, late- ly occupied by Mrs. WOOD; and trusts ;by unre- mitting ' assiduity and attention to give entire Satis- faction,; on the most; moderate Terms. MR. and Mrs. HODGKS mostresppctfully ihfonri the ïia'diës! arid Gentlemeni of Hobart Town and its .Vicinity,- that they ; have commenced teaching the above .'elegant' Äbcömplishmerit, flt their" liesidence, corner of Murray «rid Bathursl...

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Origin of Pretestanism. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 September 1829

Origin of Prc/testanism. The Emperor Charles the' StU appointed a Diet of the Emj pile to be held at Spires, in the springo!' 1520; for the express purpose of taking into cousiri«-ration the state of religion. In that Diet the Archduke Píidniaiid, the Emperor's brother, had ihe address to procure'a. decree which declared it unlaw- ful to introduce any change in the, doctrine, discipline, or worship of the established, religion, (Roman Catholic) betöre the détermination of a general Council were known. This deerce was exceedingly revolting to the Elector of Saxony, and otiier Princes, as well as the Deputies of lour tectt'lmpenal Cities/who, in a bod)1, when they fob nil their arguments and renínnstianees of noavail.c'irteiod their solemn protest ¿gdim't li 'ffii the 10th of April, 1520, .uni appealed to tile Empeior an J a fiitme Council. On this account they were distinguished by the name of Protestants : which fiom that period has luv/n applied to all sects of whatever, denomina- ...

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To our County Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 September 1829

To our County Subscribers» Thnte of our numerous Subscribers at Port Dalrymple, an¿ i .adjacent country* wita stund indebted to-us for ntí¿'ij»lir*rs, and' who linne; bein repeatedly furnished with '.'Kerr accounts, and' subteqiientlu' with circulars soliciting 'WT/meht', but who ¡lune not: complied with our request, are r^m, respectfully infanncd; . that in the entuse ufo jew, meeks r> shall be wider the nlccssitii, and consequently urcut expend, of sending some, person, as an Agent, /i) rolled all outshining debts, which could'boso easily remitted hu post, in Imlynutcs. The ¿reat weekly expense at- tending the publican,), "f a newspaper, and the ft eut draw- back which isjelt l,¡i being obliged to gitie an extended credit in this Colony, insitad of biing paid in advance, at- In England, arc circunHtjncft which it is hoped will merit attention from our convint Subicribcrs, and induce them either lo scud the ' 'iw"».,«r of their subscriptions by post, or to appoint some'person i"...

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